vendors

Vendor Registration Cycle is over, but we are still seeking certain kinds of vendors (mushrooms! meat! smoked salmon! other specialties!) If you would like to be a vendor, please read our policies and contact our Market Manager with your inquiry.

Non-profit organizations that wish to table at the MVFM are welcome to do so. If interested, please complete a Vendor application and read our Market Policies. We are not a good place to promote “causes”, however, and we generally do not allow table space to organizations with religious or political affiliation.

Welcome our 2016 community of Vendors! We will be filling in more details to their profiles, as we get into the season.

Affinity Bliss

Organic flowers and plants, skin care
Mount Vernon
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Affinity Bliss will bring organic flowers and plants, as well as locally made lip balm, lotion, soap, salve, skin oils mde with organic, fair trade and certified ingredients as available.

Banner Power Solutions

Mount Vernon
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Banner Power Solutions is a locally owned Solar sales and installation company.  We are committed to helping the community understand and benefit from the tremendous value of PV solar, the highest quality of design and workmanship in our installations and giving back to those in need.

Bellingham Pasta Company

Bellingham
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pastaBellingham Pasta Co. is a retail pasta shop and restaurant located in the heart of Bellingham next to the Mount Baker Theater. We offer a broad range of fresh pasta from highest quality ingredients. Focusing on regional and locally produced products whenever possible. Buying locally means more than just providing you with the freshest ingredients available, it also minimizes carbon footprint while supporting our local economy. BPC provides fresh pasta to area grocery stores, restaurants, CSAs and Farmers Markets.

Bennett’s Orchard

Organic and conventional fruit and veggies
Mount Vernon
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Bennett’s Orchard.
(360) 848-0557
McLean Road. Mount Vernon, WA.
Apples, pears, plums, cherries, onions and shallots, beets, rhubarb, sunflowers

Bev’s Bags

bags and kitchen helpers
Mount Vernon
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Bev also makes tote bags, purses, pot holders, place mats, napkins, and aprons.

www.bevsdenimbags.com

Bingaling Bees

Mount Vernon
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Bingaling Bees of Skagit County
Brad Raspet
Mount Vernon
360-708-9424

Bingaling Bees of Skagit County – We take great pride in the quality of our honey – we follow natural beekeeping methods, our honey is never heated and gently strained so that you can enjoy premium “Natural” Honey with all the flavors, beneficial phytonutrients, and healthy antioxidants that should be in your honey. We also make wonderful handmade soap and lip balm using wax and honey from our honey bee hives.

Bird in Hand

all sorts of craftiness!
Bellingham
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Scrap leather mini wallets, cards and recycled notebooks (block printed with hand carved stamps), pallet quote signs, collage light switch covers, screen printed clothing using thrifted clothes, herbal neckpacks (with home-grown herbs), jewellry, key chains, dog collars, magnets, cup cozies, coasters, clay bowls, and small planters.

Bruce Bowen’s Bees

honey
Mount Vernon
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Products: honey
Bruce Bowen
22121 Gaspard Ln
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
360.961.1793

Carmen’s Garden

Produce
Sedro-Wooley
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Products: Produce

Gaspar Rojas
Sedro-Woolley, WA
360) 245-5518

Cascade Bowenwork

Mount Vernon
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Pamela Kaczmarczyk has been practicing Bowenwork for over a year now in The Grainery near the Transit Center in Mount Vernon.  Bowenwork resets the muscles, nerves, ligaments, and fascia to bring it back to the state before the injury. It alleviates pain in most and brings on a deep relaxation.  Try it at the Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market for free every other Saturday.

Cazares Farms

Yakima
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From Yakima, Cazares Farms will bring:

asparagus, broccoli, carrot, cauliflower, corn, cucumber, lettuce, onion, peas, potato, radish, tomato, zucchini, garlic, apples, apricot, cherry, nectarine, pear, pear, plums…

Cedar Ridge Farm

fresh-cut flowers and herbs, jewelry, soaps, lotions, balms
Sedro-Woolley, WA
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Products: fresh-cut flowers and herbs, jewelry, soaps, lotions, balms
Kathryn Longfellow
Sedro-Woolley, WA
(253) 670-3606

Katheryn uses organic farming practices and wild harvests her herbs, fruits, berries, flowers, plants.

She makes lotions from local herbs and essential oils. She also crafts earrings and necklaces.

Clare’s Knitting and Things

Handmade sweaters, afghans, hats, sewed blankets, hand towels and dishclothes.
Marysville
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Products: Handmade sweaters, afghans, hats, sewed blankets, hand towels and dishclothes.
Clare Vantol
Marysville
425-232-0143

Clare’s Knitting and Things
425-232-0143
As the heading suggests, my name is Clare.
I have been knitting off and on since 4th grade.
Though not continuously,  this means approximately 63 years.
After learning in elementary school, I started again by knitting for our children when they came along.
After that I took up knitting and crocheting as a hobby, which soon developed into attending fall bazaars.
My first bazaar was in 1983.
This soon grew into attending public markets in Marysville, Everett, Sedro Woolley, Clear Lake and Mt. Vernon.

Clark’s Woodshoppe

wood crafts
Mount Vernon
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I am pleased to have my woodcrafts available for a fourth year at the 2016 Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market.  I have always been interested in building things. I got that bug working alongside my father as a youngster. Professionally I was involved with roads and bridges with the City of Bellevue for 30 years, then in “retirement” as a Assembly Mechanic in yacht construction.  It was obvious after a while that making things myself, on a manageable scale, led to wood working, and I have been doing so for the past 5 years in my shop building on our home site in west Mount Vernon.

I make tables, stools, benches, cutting boards, cheese, trays, coasters, and toaster tongs.

Colony Creek Farm

Veggies, flowers and plants grown using organic farming practices.
Mount Vernon
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Products: Veggies, flowers and plants grown using organic farming practices.
Debbie Clough
Mount Vernon, WA
(360) 336-5537

Colony Creek Farm is owned and operated by Debbie Clough and Lyle Gerrits. The farm grows a wide variety of mixed vegetables which are sold at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market and a small mid-week CSA. Colony Creek was certified organic by the state of Washington for 10 years but chose to decertify two years ago. We have been growing flowers, herbs and vegetables for about 20 years.

Dahlia Depot

Eggs, chickens, plant starts, flowers, veggies
Mount Vernon
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Dahlia Depot brings:
veggies – all kinds
flowers – gladiolas, sunflowers, dahlias
starts – tomato, pepper, veggies
free range eggs
free range whole broiler chickens
herbs…

Delightful Dahlias

Dahlia tubers and blooms
Burlington
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Delightful Dahlias is a small family partnership. They grow about 300 dahlia plants. They will bring dahlia tubers (May & June), then dahlia blooms (Aug & Sept)

Dragonfish & Dale

Vintage button pins, glass jewelry, yard art, dishes, magnets.
Mount Vernon
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Products: Vintage button pins, glass jewelry, yard art, dishes, magnets.
Ellen Dale
Mount Vernon
360-424-7754

They are friends who turned a 2007 artsy glass play date into a business. Chris has the formal training in the arts. She started working with glass in 1977 as a stained glass fabricator and designer. Then moved onto warm glass a decade ago.  She is driven by a need to create and loves the “process” of new artistic adventures.  Ellen  previously channeled her creativity into her “other job” of teaching. However she now thinks of her creations as her “children” and loves finding them good homes. ..and together they are dragonfish & dale.

They bring glass jewelry, bowls, yard art,dishes, magnets, and vintage button pins.

Foothills Flowers

Flower bouquets and naturally dyed wool and clothing.
Deming
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Products: Flower bouquets and naturally dyed wool and clothing.
Deming

Foothills Flowers sells over 40 varieties of flowers and foliage, including mixed seasonal bouquets and specialty bunches of sunflowers, dahlias, sweet peas, snapdrgons, and zinnias.

They also sell naturally dyed wool yarn and clothes. They dye their materials with plants and flowers from their farm. They purchase yarn from organic mills in Wyoming and Oregon and are looking for a Washington-grown supplier. Their clothes are upcycled and re-purposed from thrift store sheets and other materials.

Grandma Edna’s

Gluten sugar, salt free spice blends
Marysville
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Products: Gluten sugar, salt free spice blends
Debbie Marston
Marysville

Grandma Edna’s™ founder, Debbie Martson (the real Grandma Edna’s granddaughter) grew up in the small farming community of the Snohomish, Washington.  Grandma Edna’s™ is founded on those old-fashioned values of taste, quality, and goodness that she grew up, both with her own family, as well as those of the neighboring farmers. It’s a joy and passion for ‘real’ food that motivates this company to provide a delicious product FREE OF: GMO’s, Gluten, Soy, Corn, Sugar, MSG, Maltodextin, Starch or Dairy! We carry on with a passion, to provide healthy, real food alternatives..

Grandma’s Garden

Local veggies and aprons.
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Products: Local veggies and aprons.

Green Valley Elixir

La Conner
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Smoothies and Cookies

Hayton Farms Berries

Organic conventional and transitional berries galore
Fir Island
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We are a fifth generation family farm located on Fir Island in the Skagit Valley.  We have been growing our berries organically for the past 10 years.  We grow many different varieties of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries, that allow us to pick from the end of May through the end of October.

Strawberries – organic and conventional
Raspberries – organic
blueberries – organic and transitional
blackberries – organic and transitional

Hedlin Farms

Organic produce
Mount Vernon
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Products: Organic produce
Dave Hedlin, Serena Campbell
12275 Valley Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
(360) 466-3977 Cell: (360) 770-6102

Honey Moon Mead & Cider

Bellingham

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Products: Local veggies and aprons.

Juana’s Antonitos Mexicanos

hot food and aguas frescas
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New vendor this year, featuring huaraches, sopes, gorditas, taquitos, aguas frescas, and quesadillas.

La Conner Flats

Produce, vegetable starts, and some berries and tree fruits
La Conner
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We grow an extensive variety of fresh market produce, all without pesticides. We have 5.5 acres of certified transitional organic vegetables and flowers. We also grow vegetable starts, mainly certified organic. We grow the expected and the unexpected produce… mainly vegetables. We have small amounts of berries and tree fruits. Everything we sell is grown by us.

LM Inspired

Acme
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Jewelry made with stone, bone, shells and wood…

Lola’s Tacos

hot food
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Breakfast burritos, crispy tacos, hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, salsa, coconut water

Lopez Brothers Farm

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Mae-B-Market

Fresh brewed coffee and beans, yard art, jewelry.
Burlington
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Products: Fresh brewed coffee and beans, yard art, jewelry.
Bill and Gilda Gorr
Burlington, WA
360.724.3835
Mae-B-Market  has roasted all organic coffee beans for over 10 years.
We roast one pound at a time in roasters built in Burlington, WA.
We started brewing coffee two years ago and are trying to have about 5 varieties available.
We also have some metal and glass – useful and fun garden stuff, and have figs and herb plants sometimes too.
Gilda and Bill

Maiti Henna

Sedro-Woolley
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Maiti Henna (pronounced “mighty”) was founded three years ago by artist Courtney Long.  She has actively practiced Henna for three years, but her fascination with the art, culture and history of Henna spans over a decade. You may have met her at the Bellingham Farmer’s Market or Highland Games, where she has practiced her art in past years.
Courtney believes henna to be a healing, relaxing art that nourishes and rejuvenates with deep roots in women’s lives throughout history, and across the globe.  She uses the highest quality organic henna powder and pure essential oils to mix her own henna paste that creates rich stains of her inspired designs, leaving your body feeling cherished and beautiful.
“Maiti” means a home where you are always welcomed.  This is the essence of Courtney’s approach and she encourages you to find her on facebook or instagram to see her designs.  She is also available for private parties, weddings, baby and wedding showers, and blessingways.

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Margaret Weber

apples and aprons
Yakima
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Products: apples and aprons
Tidy towel aprons, lavender aromatherapy neck wraps, wine cork trivets, full length baby bibs, and little girl sunhats and aprons.

Marmalade Mama

Marmalades and crafts
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9 kinds of Marmalades…
And knit hats, dishcloths, and dish scrubbies!

Martin Family Orchard

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Mimi’s Garden

Bow
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Mimi’s Garden grows organically (not certified) veggies, veg starts, herbs, berries, sedums, lilies, trees, shrubs, shirak plums…

They also make soaps, salves, creams, lotions, and lip balm from organic/natural ingredients.

+ recycled bags, aprons, hats…

MW Soapworks

body care products made with organic and local ingredients
Bellingham
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Andrea Lawson

Since half of what we put on our skin gets absorbed directly into our bloodstream, Andrea Lawson of MW Soapworks set out to create a natural skincare line that was easy on the skin and on the environment.  She only uses ingredients that she would happily use on her own body, including moisturizing oils and butters, sustainably produced palm oil, and organic botanicals whenever possible.  When not making soaps, she also enjoys crocheting and getting outside to enjoy the beauty of Washington´s many different landscapes.

She’s bringing high-quality natural soaps, lip balms, deodorants an other body care products, featuring organic and local ingredients whenever possible.

North Cove Coffee

bottled cold brew espresso
Burlington
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North Cove will be selling our 12oz bottled cold brew espresso which they make and bottle at our coffeehouse in Burlington. We use locally grown products in our cold brew!

Flavors: Skagit lavender and honey, Skagit blackberry, Vanilla infused, Cuban (cinnamon and vanilla)

Oh My Goodness Pies

Whole pies and slices
Mount Vernon
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OMG Pies will bring whole and sliced pies using local fruit when available.

Open Crumb Bakery

Whole wheat and sourdough breads and baked goods
Arlington
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Products: Whole wheat and sourdough breads and baked goods
Matthew Kientz
Arlington
360-913-5022

Whole grain and sourdough artisan breads sourced with locally grown grain: cinnamon rolls, whole wheat seed bread, artisan sourdough baguette and biscotti, sandwich bread, volkornbrot, rye hearth bread, whole wheat cinnamon bread and rolls, muffins, sprouted grain bread, pizza crusts, cookies, and sourdough english muffins.

Organic Gems

handmade jewelry
Camano Island
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Natural crystals hand wrapped in silver cord or copper, gemstone rings, pearls, and fossils. Native american jewelry. Handmade designs featuring unusual stones and meteorites in necklaces, earrings and rings with healing energy for the wearer.

Pacific Bubbles & Lotions

Soaps, lotions, salve, bath salts and bubbles.
Bellingham
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Penny Welch

Hand-made soaps and lotions using all natural ingredients by scratch in small batches. Also lip balms, gardeners’ salve, cuticle cream, body mist sprays, bath salts and bubbling bath powders.

Pancakes at the Market

Swedish pancake/sausage breakfasts, gf pancakes too!
Sedro-Woolley
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Products: Swedish pancake/sausage breakfasts, gf pancakes too!
Candy & Ray Young
Sedro-Woolley, WA
(360) 708-3897

‘Pancakes at the Market’ has been a part of the Market for 14+ years.  Family owned and operated, serving Swedish pancakes hot off the griddle topped with Lingonberry butter, they are a great way to start off your weekend. Quality breakfast meats also available, as well as cold drinks.

True feel-good comfort food!

When Pigs Fly Farm – WED only

Hwy 9
Mount Vernon
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When Pigs Fly Farm will bring veggies, fruit, berries, flowers, herbs, honey, and eggs, using organic, spray-free, and biodynamic farming practices.

They also make lotions and soaps!

Raku and More

Hand made ceramics, sewing, and crochet
Mount Vernon
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Rod and Kathleen Hamar
Mount Vernon
360-333-1262

Realms Bath & Body Line

lotions and jewelry
Bellingham
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All Realms Bath & Body Line products are lovingly handmade in my Bellingham, WA kitchen. My line includes lotions, shower gels, foaming hand soaps, room sprays, jojoba oil roll-on perfumes and shaving sets with handmade shaving soap. Currently, there are 21 remarkable scents in the line, but I’m always experimenting with more.

We also bring barrettes made from re-purposed vintage jewelry.

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Sanchez Farm

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Sandi’s Specialties

BBQ sauce, herbal and fruit vinegars. Corkboards and trivets and cards.
Mount Vernon
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Products: BBQ sauce, herbal and fruit vinegars. Corkboards and trivets and cards.
Sandi Hahn
Mount Vernon
(360) 424-5043

Schuh Farms

conventional fruit, berries and produce grown locally. eastern washington produce
Mount Vernon
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Steve, Jen and Susan Schuh
Mount Vernon

Veggies, fruit, berries and flowers grown using conventional methods. Eastern Washington produce – asparagus, corn, melons, cherries, summersquash, peas and stonefruit.

Skagit Maid Creamery

soft cheeses and ice cream
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Skagit Maid is a small artisan creamery using local milk (cow and sheep) to produce fresh soft ripened cheeses (ricotta, brie, camembert) and ice cream.

Skinny Kitty Farm

Free range chicken and eggs, fruits, veggies, herbs
Conway
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Skinny Kitty brings whole frozen free range chickens and eggs, apples pears, plums, cherries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, grapes, kale, broccoli, salad mix, mizuna, tatsoi, fennel, celeriac, fresh herbs, parsnips, turnips, radishes, and potatoes.

Sky Harvest Produce

organic blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, and corn
Mount Vernon
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Kamb Rd

Sweet and Savory Pop Up Bakery

sweet and savory danishes, scones, cheese breads
Mount Vernon
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Laura Hartner

savory croissants, danishes – ham and cheese, spinach and cheese and bacon, pesto, mini torta rustica. sweet Danish – using seasonal fruit. biscuits and gravy. sweet and savory scones featuring local berries and ingredients. garlic and parmesan cheese bread, jalapeno and cheese bread…

Taste of India

Indian Food
Mount Vernon
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Pawan K Sharma
4647 Nooksack Loop
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
253.218.9975

Indian Food – Chicken curry, rice, naan, drinks…

The Spoon Guy

hand carved spoons, kitchen utensils, drop spindles
Bellingham
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wooden spoons, kitchen utensils, drop spools, and other fiber tools… 100% handmade using only non-electric tools, from locally harvested or recycled wood.

Three Roosters Nursery

sedums and flowerpots
Camano Island
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Non-patented sedums and handcrafted flower pots.

Tom Harker Stained Glass

La Conner
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Stained glass picture frames.

Tranquil Spaces

Camano Island
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Natural pet products.

True’s Garden

Fresh Cut Flower Bouquets
Bellevue
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Cha Her
1800 125th Ave. SE
Bellevue WA 98005
(425) 956-4039

Turnip the Beet: Market Garden – WED only

Veggies, fruits, and herbs
Bow
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1st year vendor!

Turnip the Beet will bring broccoli, cabbage, kale, chard, beets, carrots, onions, lettuce, peas, arugula, garlic, tomatoes, peppers, cucmbers, zucchini, summer squash, winter squash, pumpkins, beans, corn, potatoes, salmon berries, plums, sage, rosemary, peppermint, and chamomile.

Wild Thicket

Jams and cookies
Bellingham
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Wild Thicke combines locally sourced berries from Whatcome and Skagit, along with real citrus and some liquers to create distinctive and intensely flavored jams including: Raspberry & Grand Marnier, Blackberry & Lime, Fourberry & Grand Marnier, Strawberry & Aged Balsamic.

They also make buttery rich shortbread and chocolate thumbprint cookies which are elevated with the various jam flavors.